Zinc, anxiety and depression | Is this simple mineral deficiency keeping you unwell?


Have you ever wondered if a zinc deficiency could cause anxiety? Or if zinc supplementation was a good treatment for anxiety, depression or other mental health symptoms?

In this video, Dr. Janelle Sinclair will discuss the relationship between zinc and anxiety, as well as zinc and depression. He will talk about the signs and symptoms of zinc deficiency, the effect of zinc on mental health, zinc tests and the zinc dose, as well as common side effects and interactions with other mediations. Zinc is one of the most powerful minerals for anxiety and is also an effective mineral for depression. Zinc has many health benefits.

Dr. Janelle Sinclair is a biochemist and natural medicine practitioner who focuses on the natural treatment of anxiety and depression. She offers advice on natural supplements against anxiety and natural help for anxiety. There are many different vitamins and minerals for mental health. Dr. Janelle analyzes which are the most effective, and the signs and symptoms that your body tells you to show which may benefit you the most.

Zinc deficiency is not the only physical cause for anxiety and depression. There are many other nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances and problems with the digestive tract, which can affect mental health. Your body often gives physical signals that you have these imbalances.

Dr. Janelle has created a checklist that lists 29 signs and symptoms that her body gives her and that reveal that she may have a biochemical cause for her depression and anxiety.

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Zinc taste test in New Zealand: the taste test of zinc is available in most of the pharmacies that offer the range of Clinical supplements. Just ask one of the assistants if they do it in the store.

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* Dr. Janelle Sinclair received her doctorate in biochemistry from the University of Basel, Switzerland in 2003. Her use of "doctor" or "Dr." in relation to itself it refers only to that degree. Dr. Janelle is a licensed natural health professional in New Zealand. The content of this video is strictly the opinion of Dr. Janelle Sinclair, and has only informative and educational purposes. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to replace the advice or medical treatment of a personal physician. Do not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Sinclair and you. Dr. Janelle and Conscious Health Ltd are not responsible for the possible consequences for the health of the people who read or follow the information contained in this educational content. All viewers of this content should seek the advice of a qualified physician or health care provider with any questions they may have regarding a medical condition or drug-supplement interactions.

Video credits to Dr Janelle Sinclair YouTube channel





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    Zinc, anxiety and depression | Is this simple mineral deficiency keeping you unwell?

    Comments 10

    1. Great vid I've been taking 50mg of zinc picolinate 4 2 years but my levels not going up what's the reason if I take copper will it help 2 raise zinc levels in 2017 levels were 7.9 umol/l in 2018 it went up 2 9.9 umol/l it's taking ages still with symptoms is it cos of taking the wrong zinc foam ?

    2. Always like it that your recommendations are based on test results not a 'maybe this could help.' Looking fwd to more videos. 😀

    3. Very thorough and informative. Love that you explain zinc, what it can help, how to get a diagnosis and how to get treatment. Definitely keen to see more material from you! Thanks!

    4. Love this! Such good information on anxiety and depression that comes from not only a medical background but that also focus on what can be done naturally rather than just solely relying on anti-depressants as so many doctors advise. I'm already looking forward to the next video!

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